What is Tropicacyl?
Tropicacyl causes muscles in the eye to become relaxed. This dilates (widens) the pupil so that it does not react (narrow) when your doctor shines an examination light into the eye.
What is Tropicacyl used for?
Tropicacyl is used to dilate the pupil for an eye examination or other diagnostic procedure.
What should be avoided while using Tropicacyl?
Tropicacyl may cause blurred vision, or make the eyes very sensitive to light. Be careful while driving or doing anything that requires alertness. This effect may last as long as 24 hours. Protect the eyes from bright light while the pupils are dilated.
What other drugs will affect Tropicacyl?
Other drugs may interact with Tropicacyl. Contact the doctor before taking Tropicacyl if consuming other medications also.
How to store Tropicacyl?
Store Tropicacyl away from children and pets. Keep away from direct sunlight.